It is still an active congregation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded in 1688. It was the eighth Baptist church founded in America and today is the seventh oldest still surviving. Its founding emanated from the dramatic conversion of its founding pastor amidst the most unconventional and unusual circumstances I’ve ever heard of. Read on.
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